Cleveland Cultural Garden’s One World Day

      Since 1926, Rockefeller Park has been home to the Cleveland Cultural Gardens, a collection of small gardens dedicated to various ethnic groups in the City of Cleveland. To accompany the growing park, starting in 1946 the Cleveland Cultural Gardens Foundation hosted its very first One World Day, bringing together the then 16 gardens to celebrate heritage, diversity, and peace. Now, more than 70 years later, the Cultural Gardens is home to 30 unique gardens, and One World Day continues its annual celebration.

      TV20 was on scene to cover this year’s One World Day, including the heritage parade and the naturalization ceremony that followed, both of which will air in their entirety this week. Make sure to also look for our coverage of the event in an upcoming TV20 News. 

 

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